About Kelly Creedon
Kelly Creedon is a documentary photographer and multimedia
producer based in Boston, Massachusetts, who focuses on using image and story as tools for social change and movement building.
Kelly frequently partners with nonprofit and grassroots organizations to tell stories that can move audiences on some of today’s most pressing social justice issues, including housing, immigration, labor rights, and economic equity. Some of her recent clients and partners include SEIU, City Life/Vida Urbana, Mary’s Pence, Welcoming America, Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corporation, Conversations with Other, and the Center for Social Innovation.
She is the creator and producer of We Shall Not Be Moved, a multimedia documentary project that tells the story of the growing grassroots anti-foreclosure movement in Massachusetts. The project, funded in part by Mass Humanities and the Puffin Foundation, includes a traveling exhibit that continues to tour throughout the Northeast.
Kelly’s work has been featured by the Boston Globe, Boston Magazine, Shelterforce, the Christian Science Monitor, WBUR, WGBH, and the Bay State Banner, among others.
She was recently recognized as an ArtCorps’ 2011 Creative Activist of the Year.